In a 4 to 6 page APA formatted paper, address the following:In 1999-2000, online file sharing service Napster was sued for copyright infringement by various parties (including recording artists, record labels, and a recording industry trade association). Napster eventually was forced to shut down by court order and paid over $40 million for copyright infringement. In 2006, Research in Motion (RIM) settled a patent infringement lawsuit filed by patent-holding firm NTP, Inc. in which NTP alleged that RIM’s Blackberry product used wireless email technology described in patents to which NTP owned the rights. The amount of the settlement was $612 million.
- Compare these two cases of intellectual property infringement, including comments on the parties being sued, the parties filing suit, the financial damages in each case (distinguish between actual and potential damages if needed), and the ability of the alleged infringing party to make financial restitution.
- What contractual, corporate, bankruptcy or other legal issues are implicated in the above?
Make sure you have at least six (6) peer-reviewed sources*Please refer to the Grading Criteria for Comprehensive Learning Assessments (CLAs) in the University Policies for specific guidelines and expectations.
CLA 2 PresentationIn addition to your CLA 2 report, please prepare a professional PowerPoint presentation summarizing your findings for CLA 2. The presentation will consist of your major findings, analysis, and recommendations in a concise presentation of 15 slides (minimum). You should use content from your CLA 2 report as material for your PowerPoint presentation. In addition, you should include learning outcomes from all your major assignments. This would include PA 1, CLA 1, PA 2, and of course, CLA 2 (unless otherwise specified by your Professor). An agenda, executive summary, and references slides should also be included. Students will present their PowerPoint during the last week of class in either the On-Campus Class Session or the online Virtual Class Session, as determined by the professor. Presentations should not exceed 15 minutes.